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Now is the perfect time to get involved with protecting our freshwater resources with volunteer events, free training and education classes and family-friendly activities throughout the year!

River Day is designed to encourage appreciation and recreational use of the waterways of the Clinton River
and Lake St. Clair, and to celebrate the leadership of local citizens, organizations, and communities whose efforts are critical to protecting and enhancing the overall quality of the Clinton River watershed.

This June individuals, businesses, community groups, and local governments across the watershed will join forces on River Day to enhance and celebrate the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair. Activities range from nature hikes, canoe trips, fishing derbies, and fly fishing lessons to storm drain stenciling, river clean-ups, habitat restoration, and native landscaping.

      

2020 river day

 June 13, 2020

 

River Day Events:

If you are interested in hosting your own River Day event, click here to download a list of suggested
River Day activities. 
To have your event displayed in our River Day guide that will be distributed all across the watershed to promote events, click here to register your event.
 
Click here to download a participant waiver & release form for your event. 

 

River Day Logo Contest:

The winning River Day 2020 logo design will be used on official River Day shirts, the event guide and CRWC website to promote River Day. The winner of the River Day Logo design contest will receive an official River Day T-shirt with their design on it and a one-year membership to the watershed council. CRWC also will feature the artist’s picture and artist statement on the River Day event page on the CRWC website.
Contest guidelines:
• Artist must reside within the Clinton River Watershed
• Art must be black-and-white, thick line drawing, absolutely no gray tones
• Size: 8.5 x 11 inches or smaller
• The year 2020 must be prominent in the design of the logo, and the design must include the words River Day
o Electronic submissions (JPEG or TIFF files only) are permissible, but they must meet the above requirements and be 300 dpi resolution or greater. Please email electronic submissions to kathleen@crwc.org by April 1, 2020
• Hard copy submissions can be hand delivered or mailed to:
CRWC, 1115 W Avon Rd. Rochester Hills, MI 48309 and must arrive by April 1, 2020.
Entries will be judged on their ability to convey River Day's goal of celebration and enjoyment of the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair, as well as their clarity and ability to be reproduced easily at a variety of scales. Judging and selection of the winning design will be completed at our annual meeting April 2, 2020. The winning design will be announced following this event.
Click here to download the full River Day Logo Contest rules!

  

CRWC NATIVE PLANT SALE


As part of River Day, the CRWC hosts a native plant sale at their office in Rochester Hills. We are in need of volunteers for this event! If you are interested in helping out click here.

 

2019 RIVER DAY DESIGNER WINNER



Every year, CRWC solicits logo designs for the River Day logo contest.

This year, we had many great logo designs that were submitted by people of all ages from all over the watershed.
The winner was decided by popular vote at our Annual Meeting
and the logo will appear on this year’s official River Day event t-shirt.

CRWC would like to congratulate Joe Angelosanto, a resident of Clarkston, MI as this year’s River Day logo contest winner!

Joe is a recent retiree from General Motors, and expressed that he has more time available to do what he loves–illustrating and designing.
When asked about what inspired his design, Joe stated: “My oldest son is an adult with special needs who has always loved to fish. We have enjoyed many days fishing on the lakes in our area.I got the idea for the logo from some of the things we would see when we go fishing”

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